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Albrighton Lawn Tennis Club

Albrighton Lawn Tennis Club has been in existence since 1923. Since then it has seen many changes, the most significant being in 1994 when the Club sold the land on which its courts had been based since its inception and moved to shared land with Albrighton Cricket Club. Since the relocation and the improved facilities the tennis club has grown significantly.

 

Social Play

With 5 weekly social tennis sessions, regardless of how busy you are, you can still play tennis! Plus with a range of group, every age and ability is catered for. And if that’s not enough, courts members can book courts for their own games.

 

Coaching

The club has an all year around coaching programme for juniors and adults provided by Sports4U and LTA coaches Jack Croton and Kieran Cockayne. Private tuition, cardio tennis and group coaching are available. So whatever your goals, the team is on hand to help you reach them.

 

Competitive Tennis

The club enters 2 men’s and 2 ladies teams into the Shropshire summer doubles league and 1 into the mixed Autumn league. So if you’re looking for more competitive match play, there’s plently available.

 

Membership

With a range of affordable membership options, tennis players of all ages and abilities will enjoy being members of Albrighton Lawn Tennis Club.  Discounts on racket restringing are also available for members.

Outdoor Courts: 3

  • Floodlit: 3

    Indoor Courts: 0

      Facilities

      • Changing Rooms
      • Clubhouse
      Address:
      Kennel Lane, Albrighton, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, WV7 3BQ
      Telephone:
      07751 042841
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